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We are glad to find that the subject of cattle insurance 1 has attracted the attention of farmers, as is

We are glad to find that the subject of cattle insurance 1 has attracted the attention of farmers, as is

evident from the success the Burton Association. The ravages committed the epidemic, and the great losses to which , cattle keepers are liable, from variety of causes, are often ruinous, and we think it incumbent upon all to pro- | tect themselves as far possible by means of ins
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE COLLIERY EXPLOSION NEAR BARNSLEY.

THE COLLIERY EXPLOSION NEAR BARNSLEY.

Oil Saturday ail inquest was opened the bodies of the sufferers, which was adjourned to Thursday week; the coroner being desired to apply to the government to send down an inspector. During the afternoon the greater part of the unfortunate sufferers were interred. Five large gra
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Death of General Sir T. Arbcthnot, K.C.B.— This distinguished officer, who commanded the northern and midland districts, and the colonel

Death of General Sir T. Arbcthnot, K.C.B.— This distinguished officer, who commanded the northern and midland districts, and the colonel

of the 71st Highland j Regiment, died at .Manchester on Thursday hist, lit entered the army in November, 171>5, as ensign. I Bolton.—Sir Joshua Waliusley is actively engaged canvassing the electors, and his friends state that has been very cordially received by the Reformers gen
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

CORN MAHKKT. | CROSS KEYS, FRIDAY, Jan. —We have a firm market foi both wheat and barley, at fully late rates. Other thim s slow sale at former prices. Wheat, red 4*»s. to AOs. per stones. White.. J»Os. to .Vis. Hurley, (.'finding per 30 stone 8. malting to 33 s. Beans 445. to -
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BY BREAREY & SON. YOXALL. ANNUAL SALE OF FAT STOCK, The Property of Thomas Gisborne, Esq. TO BE SOLD BY

BY BREAREY & SON. YOXALL. ANNUAL SALE OF FAT STOCK, The Property of Thomas Gisborne, Esq. TO BE SOLD BY

AUCTION, By BREAREY and SON, At the Farm Yard, at Yoxall Lodge, County of Stafford, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of February, punctually at One o'clock ; THE Sale will consist of FIFTY very prime Scotch and half-bred HEIFERS aud BULLOCKS, of various sizes, suited to all customers ; T
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Guano and Bones.

Guano and Bones.

PHE Subscribers intimate, t *t they have on hand J- large supply of SALDANHA GUANO, and finely Crushed BONES. / Expected Daily, « ' Two Cargoes of Best PERUVIAN GUANO.-Price Moderate JOHN RAE, Ellon. ALEX. MITCHELL, Newburgh, / Ellon, 29th Jan. 1849. NOTICE. To Farmers, Cattle D
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Notice to Creditors.

Notice to Creditors.

'T'HE Creditors of the deceased WILLI Rav chant in Peterhead, will receive an interim divirUnH the funds realized by his executrix, on and after i Cat, ° n t0 ALEXANDE & n. Solicitor.; /Peterhead, 25th January, 1849.
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A SIMPLE CURE FOR CHOLERA.

A SIMPLE CURE FOR CHOLERA.

SIMPLE CURE FOR CHOLERA. (From the London Morning Chronicle, ‘loth Sept., Lord Ponsonby to the Bishoi of Derry. Place the patient in a bed, do not overload him with clothes, or plague him with any external application, or bath, or steaming, but leave him to the medicine—which is,
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABSTRACT,

ABSTRACT,

Enr. Native. Total. Grand army (Lord - 5 580 15,440 21,020 Lahore force (Brier.-Gen. Wheeler) 980 4,530 3.510 Wheeler’s force (Brig Wheeler) - 210 2,150 2,360 Reserve force (Gen. Sir D. Hill) - 1,000 4,800 5,800 Bengal force (Gen. Whish) 2,120 5,400 7,580 Bombay Mooltan force (B
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FRENCH POLITICS.

FRENCH POLITICS.

The leading men in France, who were expected to afford their support to the President, have sat down with folded hands to watch the progress of events, without lending a moment’s aid in directing them ; or, they do it privately, and in a fashion that it would not be convenient f
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland